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Malware offers backdoor to critical infrastructure targets

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Jul 13, 2016.

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    SentinelOne Labs has discovered a new form of malware, which has already infected at least one European energy company. The malware, dubbed SFG, is the mother ship of an earlier malware sample called Furtim, which targets the industrial automation control systems with sophisticated malware and acts as dropper to deliver a payload which could be used to extract data or potentially shut down the energy grid. Reverse engineering SFG malware SentinelOne has reverse-engineered the SFG … More →

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